Build a Mechanical Computer

Build Your Own Digicomp Mechanical Computer! tells about a plastic mechanical computer from the 1960s. It offered three bits of tabletop computing, back in an age where corded telephones were considered high-tech. According the article Digicomp started a bunch of kids on a career in computers. Now a member of “Friends of Digicomp” Yahoo Group has introduced an updated version this cool little looking machine. This kind gadgets have potential to give combination of hands-on and minds-on fun.

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